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an economic value of negative $16.3 billion. that is basically a deficit in its capital reserve because of mortgages continuing to go bad. but one fha critic, ed pinto, of the american enterprise institute testified today by his analysis the fha is actually short by more than $50 billion. so critics say that this means the fha is headed for a bailout but, fha supporters say that the critics are hyperventilating. >> if the fha were a private financialness stigs likely somebody would be fired, somebody would be fined or the institution would find itself in receivership. instead it is merely merrily on its way to becoming the recipient of the next great taxpayer bailout. >> i don't think there are many independent people think we're looking at the next great bailout. yes, the fha is little bit of an issue at the moment because of its countercyclical mission, by the way it was part of a their original mission to come in during the difficult times. they did that and they are in trouble because of it. >> reporter: house republicans got legislation through congress last year to try to reform t
to an education. >> it was specially made, custom plate over the deficit in her skull which is this sort of size in the entrance. and, left-hand side of her skull. >> reporter: wow, the outspoken activist not giving up on her dreams to help others. her determination even stronger after outpouring of support she experienced following her injuries. >> because of these prayers god has given me this new life. and this is a second life. this is a new life. you want to serve. i want to serve the people. and i want every girl, every child to be educated. >> reporter: i love this little girl. malala's latest surgery restored her hearing with a cock letter implant. she will do so with a newly formed found decision, the malala fund, $10 million strong courtesy of pakistan. jon? jon: she is amazing, wow. >> reporter: so are the doctors. good for her. jon: jamie colby, thank you. jenna: new orleans was enjoying its moment in the national spotlight when suddenly the superdome plunged into darkness. the power outage putting the super bowl on hold for more than half an hour. what could cause a blackout right i
put together before some real decisions have to be made about our budget, our debt and our deficit. big questions today, the president's remarks 1:15 eastern time. >> reporter: and we're here in the newsroom, joadty is back on the witness stand again today, she's trying to stay off of death row. of she said she killed her boyfriend out of self-defense, prosecutors will ask her why that meant shooting him in the head and stabbing him 27 times. >>> also, the whole country very, very relieved to hear that 5-year-old boy who had been held hostage in alabama was freed successfully. we'll talk with a child psychologist about the emotional challenges that boy will now face. >>> and everyone knows you can't get blood from a stone, but can you get water from a rock on mars? nasa's trying to find that out. we've got an update for you. second hour of "happening now" starts right now. ♪ jenna: great to have you with us, everybody, on this tuesday. i'm jenna lee. jon: and i'm jon scott. a soft spoken and relatively calm jodi areas stet to take the -- set to take the stand again today. areas,
of people, but not everyone. people are worried about does he try to cut spending and the deficit, and if so, i think it'll be a successful speech for him. jon: the president got what he wanted in terms of higher tax rates on the people he calls millionaires and billionaires, and congress turned around and spent all of that money on one bill, the sandy can relief bill. sandy relief bill. so does he then push for higher taxes, you know, more -- higher taxes on the wealthy in this country? >> well, in the last two years we've seen about $2.4 trillion of deficit reduction, 1.7 of that coming from spending cuts and .7 coming from tax increases on the wealthy. so i think there's still a lot of need for revenue from upper income earners, and the public agrees with that. and they want to see spending cut, too, and that's what the president and democrats have put forward. i think they'll keep talking about keeping that balanced approach, and if republicans keep insisting there are no more revenues, thai not on the -- they're not on the side of the public. jon: wait, wait, quickly. where have they pu
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